Cornflakes, Milk & Berries Recipe

July 1, 2020  Izza Imran Avatar
Cornflakes, Milk & Berries Recipe


cornflakes2 cups
low fat milk1 cup
berries1 cup

Cornflakes are a low fat food high in protein and a very good source of carbohydrates. Whereas, low fat milk provides helps us not to gain weight. This recipe is extremely easy and health beneficial. You always wake up late and still need something healthy for breakfast. Here is a quick healthy recipe for you.


  • 2 cups cornflakes
  • 1 cup low fat milk
  • 1 cup berries


Take a bowl and mix milk and cornflakes. Now top it with fresh berries and here you go!




Is eating corn flakes good for weight loss?

Cereals and corn flakes won’t help your weight loss goals as they are highly processed foods. Cereals and corn flakes may be touted as ‘healthy’, but keep in mind they are highly processed foods devoid of nutritive value.


Is cornflakes and milk good for weight loss?

Knowing that cornflakes are very high on sugar, let us look at how to use corn flakes for weight loss. The key to staying healthy and losing weight is by increasing your fiber intake. Do not add extra sugar to your bowl of cornflakes and try to substitute your regular milk with skimmed milk.


Which cornflakes is best for weight loss?

  • General Mills Cheerios.
  • Kellogg’s All-Bran.
  • General Mills Fiber One Original.
  • Kashi 7 Whole Grain Nuggets.
  • Kellogg’s Bite Size Unfrosted Mini-Wheat’s.
  • Kashi Go Lean.
  • Post Shredded Wheat ‘n Bran.
  • Nature’s Path Organic Smart Bran.


Can I eat cornflakes at night?

Whole wheat cereals, such as bran flakes or cornflakes are a good option for bedtime snacks. They are easy to digest and provide 200 calories or even less per bowl. You can add a little skimmed milk for protein and sleep inducing tryptophan.


Is corn flakes with milk healthy?

Cereals like cornflakes or puffed rice served with low-fat milk – can be part of a healthy breakfast but are low in fiber so not as good a choice as a wholegrain cereal


Is eating corn flakes everyday healthy?

Adding a piece of fruit will help to balance your breakfast as well as making it more filling to eat






Calories in serving



1 min


One Comment

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    Lisa P. 3 months ago

    While I don’t eat cereal myself, my kids do and this is the easiest way to ensure they get a good serving of fruit to start their day. They actually love the berries with the milk! I just have to get them away from adding in extra sugar because I know that is not great for their teeth.

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